This past week, the UK government signalled its intent to commit to a more intelligent energy system.
Business secretary Greg Clark said, “Upgrading our energy system to make sure it is fit for the future is a key part of our Industrial Strategy. A smarter energy system will create opportunities to reduce energy costs, increase productivity and put UK businesses in a leading position to export smart energy technology and services to the rest of the world.”
Oracle is at the heart of the business of enabling smarter utilities worldwide. Martin Dunlea, Utilities Industry Strategy, EMEA at Oracle Utilities spoke to Power Engineering International about the challenges involved, and gains within reach for consumers, power utilities, grid developers and governments, by choosing a more data-driven approach.
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12 December 2017